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Speak Up For a Stronger You

Ready to talk to a physician? The American Urogynecologic Society (AUGS), the largest organization of professionals dedicated to treating female pelvic floor disorders, has an easy-to-use directory for women who wish to speak to a physician in their area. You can search by name, state, or zip code.

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Make Yourself Heard

Here are a few questions for your doctor and other tips that can help you make the most of your appointment.

What should I tell my doctor?
  1. I am experiencing some or all ofthe following symptoms:
    • Pain, pressure or a bulge "down there"
    • Trouble urinating or passing a bowel movement
    • Bladder leakage or needing to use the bathroom often
    • Pain during urination
  2. My symptoms started ______ (days, weeks, months, years) ago.
  3. I have these symptoms ______ (daily, a few times a week, sometimes, etc.).
  4. These symptoms are affecting my life and I’d like to find ways to treat them.
What questions should I ask my doctor?
  • Do you think I have symptoms of a pelvic floor disorder?
    • If so, what kind of pelvic floor disorder(s) do I have?
  • What is causing my symptoms?
  • Will my symptoms get better?
  • What can I do to lessen or end these symptoms?
  • What should I do next?
  • What treatment options do you think is best for me?
  • What results have other patients experienced with each treatment option?

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